This isn't a class about the art of photography. This isn't about teaching you the traditional photography rules. It doesn't matter if you have a DSLR or an iPhone.
This class is about teaching you how to shoot what see. You have a camera, you love visual images, you know the kind of images other people take, you know the kind of subjects and places you like to take photos. Let's do it better.
We'll learn the basic rules of photography during the instructional portion, and then afterward we'll learn how to break them. The first 30 minutes will be spent discussing the basics of photography, street photography, and making sure you know how to use your cameras. Then we'll hit the street for an hour so you can learn by doing. We'll walk through the streets of Soho, Chinatown and Lower East Side, looking around and photographing what you see. Throughout the walk, I'll discuss potential subjects, vantage points, and provide immediate feedback and thoughts on different ways to shoot what you see. We'll focus on teaching you to use your camera to the best of its ability, and expanding your eye.
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